Can someone ask Xbox to stop adding games to Game Pass, please? I already have a huge backlog, and I feel like I'm drowning in all the games I could play right now - it's like suffocating in entertainment, honestly. So it's awfully inconsiderate for EA to join forces with Game Pass to add another 60 EA titles to the roster because now I'm set for my next decade of gaming I guess.
That's right, EA Play is now joining forces with Xbox Game Pass to bring another 60 games to PC gamers today - like, right now. It won't be all of EA's game admittedly, as EA splits its subscription service into two levels - the base EA Play and EA Play Pro. With Game Pass, you will have access to the benefits of the base EA Play subscription, which is normally £3.99 a month or £19.99 a year, for free. If you want the benefits of EA Play Pro, that's £14.99 a month or £89.99 a year.
So what is coming to Game Pass, then? What are the titles that you can get your hands on pronto? Well, here is a full list of all the 60 PC titles you can play - but some highlights are definitely Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, The Sims 4, Star Wars Battlefront 2, Star Wars: Squadrons, A Way Out, Titanfall 2, and Mass Effect: Andromeda.
Xbox Game Pass has been expanding at quite a rate these last few weeks. Indie darling Undertale just hit the subscription service - but in bigger news, you'll already have heard that Microsoft's ZeniMax acquisition has gone through. To celebrate, Game Pass added a bunch of new Bethesda titles to play from Skyrim to Oblivion and beyond. You can check out everything that's on Game Pass right here.
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